With the second wave of COVID-19, the nation has been distraught constantly surrounded by news of rising cases, a sentiment of hopelessness has swamped the nation. The present situation of India battling the pandemic is very grim as help pours in from all the corners. Established personalities and celebrities have also come forward in their own way to help.
Malaika Arora has also taken to the ground in these grim times in an effort to provide relief to people in distress because of the pandemic. The actress makes an effort to share and create stories of kindness with people, spreading love to all and helping others.
Model and fitness enthusiast Malaika is one of the most captivating beauties of Bollywood. The ‘Chaiyya Chaiyya’ star who is known for her fitness and glamour, has always preached about the benefits of yoga.
With more than 12 million followers on Instagram, the actress always gives a sneak peek into her daily life. She has time and again proved that age is just a number for her, and is also considered to be one of the fittest actors in the industry. Malaika’s pictures and videos go viral in no time.
Keeping up with trajectory, Malaika took to the photo-sharing app on Sunday and shared a monochromatic click of herself doing yoga by the beachside. Along with the picture, she penned a heartfelt note for her followers.
“Remember, ‘Hope’ is a good thing, maybe the best of things, and no good thing ever dies. If you go out and make some good things happen, you will fill the world with hope & you will fill yourself with hope. Remember that the struggle we are in today, is developing the strength, we will need for tomorrow,” Malaika said in her post.
“Tomorrow will be better. But what if it’s not.’ I asked. ’Then you say it again tomorrow. Because it might be. You never know, right? At some point, tomorrow will be better.’—Morgan Matson. We are in this together,” she added.
Take a look at Malaika’s post here-
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On the professional front, the 47-year-old actress was last seen as a judge in Sony TV’s reality show ‘India’s Best Dancer’, alongside choreographers Terence Lewis, Nora Fatehi and Geeta Kapur.